From Ilic Branko: On this day 30. May, 1999.: NATO committed a horrible crime on a bridge in Varvarin, Serbia In that attack were killed 10 civilians, while 16 of them sustained serious injuries. The first attack killed three people and at least five wounded. A few minutes later, the aircraft returned and fired two […]
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From The Huffington Post. The writer visited Serbia and fell in love with the country and her people.
While I try to keep postings light on this site, sometimes you have to shine a light on the ugly. Tomorrow (March 24) will mark the anniversary of the beginning of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, an onslaught that lasted 78 days. While it was explained away to the rest of the world as an […]
Can someone explain to me why it’s okay for Xherdan Shaqiri to make a political statement by waving the Kosovo flag at the FC Bayern match on Saturday and yet when Milorad Cavic wears a tee shirt proclaiming that Kosovo Is Serbia, he is stripped of his gold medal? Well? I’m waiting, UEFA.
Well, not really. I was looking on one of my storage drives for something and stumbled onto this old video snippet from when my bestie, Ivan, was visiting me from Belgrade, Serbia. We were in my car, his friend was driving, he was riding shotgun and no one was paying attention to the GPS on […]
Novak Djokovic beats Nadal to claim Monte Carlo Masters title, ending Rafael Nadal’s eight year reign. As if we didn’t see that one coming. A supreme athlete and an all around great human. Congratulations, Nole!